Adhyatma Upanishad ~ 15

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अध्यात्म उपनिषद ~ 15

event type discourse
date & time 20 Oct 1972, 19:00
location Mount Abu, meditation camp
language Hindi & English
audio Available, duration 1h 38min. Quality: good. Missing meditation part.
Sanskrit chanted sutra, followed by a Hindi and English translation of the sutra.
online audio
video Not available
online video
see also
online text find a PDF transcript of this event
shorttitle FINGER15 & THOU49
notes
See Talk:Osho Timeline 1972#That Art Thou. English part of this event published as That Art Thou #49
CD-ROM about That Art Thou: "Originally titled "Sarvasar Upanishad" (first 17 discourses at Matheran), "Kaivalya Upanishad" (second 17 discourses at Mt. Abu) and "Adhyatma Upanishad" (last 17 discourses at Mt. Abu). Discourses were in Hindi and English, the tapes produced as "That Art Thou" are the English parts."
synopsis
Reader of the sutra: Ma Yoga Taru, also chanting.
Hindi part:
(Translated as in Finger Pointing to the Moon on CD-ROM)
The sutra
Karma, past actions, bear fruits only when we have a feeling of my-ness for our bodies. It is never desirable to have a feeling of myself for the body. Thus, by giving up the feeling of my-ness for the body one gives up the fruits of past actions.
This fallacy that the body is myself is the cause of creating in the imagination the idea of past actions. But how could something be true that is imposed or imagined about a fallacy?
From where can a thing be born which is not real in the first place? What has not been born, how can it be destroyed? How can a thing that is unreal have past actions?
The my-ness with the body is the result of our ignorance and it is destroyed totally by enlightenment. Then how does the body remain? It is to satisfy this doubt of the ignorant that the scriptures have outwardly attributed the continuance of the body to past actions.
English part:
(source:CD-ROM)
The sutra
Prarbdhakarma fulfills itself only when one identifies the self with the body, but it is no good identifying with the body. Who wants to sever this identification and free him self of prarbdhakarma, illusion of the body is the basis for the projection of the prarbdhakarma.
But that which is projected or imagined by illusion can never be real. And how can it arise or manifest if it is not real? And how can it be destroyed if it is not manifested? How can the false, the unreal have the bondage of conditioning?
This body is the result of ignorance. And knowledge destroys it fully. Ignorance then raises doubt as to how this body exists even after realization. To remove this doubt of the ignorant, the scriptures have ordained the concept of prarbdha externally.
In reality there is neither body nor prarbdha.


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